Frying Eggs Hasn't Been This Convenient

  • Sunny side up

    An egg cooked “sunny-side up” means that it is fried just on one side and never flipped. The yolk is still completely liquid and the whites on the surface are barely set

  • Over easy

    An egg cooked “over easy” means that it gets fried on both sides, but it’s not cooked for very long on the second side, so the yolk doesn’t get cooked through and stays runny.

  • Over medium

    An egg cooked “over medium” means that it gets fried on both sides, the egg is flipped and the yolk is only slightly runny

How It Works

This compact cooker is extremely user-friendly and requires minimal instructions. Its superior non-stick surface allows for the omission of oil, although the addition of a small amount will enhance the flavor. Simply crack an egg into the cooker, select your preferred yolk consistency with the button, and press start. A beep will alert you when it's finished cooking. While the device is cooking, you are free to focus on other tasks. What can be more relaxing than this for your breakfast? Read More

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Frying Eggs On Stove Is So Out

Frying eggs on a stove requires constant attention and monitoring to ensure that the eggs are cooked properly without burning or sticking to the pan. This can be time-consuming, especially if you have multiple tasks to attend to in the kitchen. Secondly, frying eggs on a stove can create a mess that requires additional clean-up time. Additionally, if you don't have the right type of frying pan or heat control, the eggs may not cook evenly, resulting in an unsatisfactory breakfast experience.

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Low-Heat Cooking Technolgy

Low-heat cooking technology is designed to preserve the nutrients of food better than traditional cooking methods, and this is also true for cooking eggs. When eggs are exposed to high heat for extended periods of time, they can lose some of their nutritional value, including proteins and vitamins. However, low-heat cooking technology allows the eggs to cook at a lower temperature for a longer period of time, which helps to preserve their nutritional content. This is because lower temperatures cause less damage to the egg's proteins and vitamins, which are delicate and can easily break down under high heat. Additionally, this type of cooking technology can help to maintain the texture and flavor of the eggs, ensuring that they taste as good as they are nutritious. Overall, low-heat cooking technology is an excellent way to cook eggs if you want to preserve their nutritional value and enjoy all the benefits that eggs have to offer.